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University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering
7th
semester Electronics & Communication Engineering
University Visvesvaray...
University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering
7th
semester Electronics & Communication Engineering
University Visvesvaray...
University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering
7th
semester Electronics & Communication Engineering
University Visvesvaray...
University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering
7th
semester Electronics & Communication Engineering
University Visvesvaray...
University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering
7th
semester Electronics & Communication Engineering
University Visvesvaray...
University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering
7th
semester Electronics & Communication Engineering
University Visvesvaray...
University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering
7th
semester Electronics & Communication Engineering
University Visvesvaray...
University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering
7th
semester Electronics & Communication Engineering
University Visvesvaray...
University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering
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EC(UVCE) 7th sem syllabus copy form lohith kumar 11guee6018

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EC(UVCE) 7th sem syllabus copy form lohith kumar 11guee6018

  1. 1. University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering 7th semester Electronics & Communication Engineering University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering Department of Electronics and communication Page 1 Elective – 1 1. 2K6EC704.1 : Data Structures and Programming , 2. 2K6EC704.2 : Advance VLSI Design 3. 2K6EC704.3 : Advance DSP, 4. 2K6EC704.4: Satellite Communication and remote Sensing 5. 2K6EC704.5 : Cryptography , 5. 2K6EC704.6 : Electronic Instrumentation BANGALORE UNIVERSITY Scheme of study and examination for 7th semester B.E(EC) Under 2k6 scheme. Sl. No. Code Subject No of Hrs/Wk Duration of Exam. Sessional marks Exam marks Total MarksTheory /Tutori al Practic al Theory Practical 1 2K6EC-701 Wireless Communication 3+1 3 25 100 125 2 2K6EC-702 Multi Media Systems 3+1 3 25 100 125 3 2K6EC-703 Computer Communication Networks 3+1 3 25 100 125 4 2K6EC-704 Elective - 1 3+1 3 25 100 125 5 2K6EC-705 Digital Communication Lab 3+1 3 25 100 125 6 2K6EC-706 Simulation and HDL Lab 3+1 3 25 100 125 7 2K6EC-707 Project Work (Preliminary) 3 3 25 025 8 2K6EC-708 Seminar 3 3 25 025 TOTAL 200 600 800
  2. 2. University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering 7th semester Electronics & Communication Engineering University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering Department of Electronics and communication Page 2 2K6EC701-WIRELESS COMMUNICATION 4 Hrs / week Internal Marks: 25 Exam. Marks: 100 PART-A 1. Introduction to wireless communication system: Evolution of mobile Radio Communication, Mobile Radiotelephony, Mobile radio system around the world. Examples of wireless communication systems, Paging systems, Cordless telephone systems, cellular telephone systems, Comparison of common wireless communication systems. Trends in cellular radio and personal communication systems. (04 hrs) Text: Chapter 1 2. The Cellular concept – system Design Fundamentals: Introduction, Frequency Reuse, Channel assignment strategies, Handoff strategies. Interference and system capacity. Trunking and grade of service Improving coverage & capacity in cellular systems. (06 hrs) Text: Chapter 3 3. Mobile Radio Propagation: Large scale Path Loss: Introduction to radio wave propagation mechanism. Reflection, Ground rejection (Two-ray) model, Diffraction, Scattering, Practical link budget design using path loss model, Outdoor propagation models, Indoor propagation models, Signals penetration into buildings, Ray tracing and site specific modelling. (10 hrs) Text: Chapter 4 4. Mobile Radio Propagation: small-Scale Fading and Multipath, Small scale Multipath propagation, Impulse response model of a multipath channel, small-scale multipath measurements, parameters of mobile multipath channels, types of small scale fading. (05 hrs) Text: Chapter 6: 6.1 to 6.9 5. Modulation Techniques for Mobile Radio: digital Modulation – an overfiew, Line coding, pulse shaping techniques, Geometric representation of modulation techniques. Linear modulation technique. Constant envelope modulation combined linear and constant modulation techniques. (11 hrs) Text: Chapter 6: 6.1 to 6.9 6. Speech coding: Characteristics of speech signals, Quantization techniques, Adaptive differential pulse code modulation, Frequency domain coding of speech, vocoders, Linear predictive coders, Choosing speech codes for mobile communications, The GSM code, The USDC code, Performance evaluation of speech coders. (06 hrs)
  3. 3. University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering 7th semester Electronics & Communication Engineering University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering Department of Electronics and communication Page 3 Text: Chapter 7 7. Multiple Accesses (MA): Techniques for wireless communication: Introduction, FDMA, TDMA, SDMA, Packet radio, Capacity of cellular system. (10 hrs) Reference 1. Wireless Communication – Principle and practice, Theodore S.Rappaport, 2e, Pearson education / PHI 2002. 2. Wireless Digital Communication – Dr. Kamilo Feher – PH1.2004. 3. Mobile Communication engineering – theory & applications, William C.Y. Lee, 2e McGraw Hill 1995. 2K6 EC702: MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS 4 Hrs / week Internal Marks: 25 Exam. Marks: 100 PART-A 1. Introduction: Global structure, Multimedia Literature. 2 hrs. 2. Multi media and Data streams – Different mediums, Representation values and spaces, Properties of Multimedia system, Data stream characteristics – ATM, STM & ITM, Continuous media. 6 hrs. 3. Sound: - Basic sound concepts, Audio formats, Computer representation, Music: - MIDI concepts, devices, messages, SMPTE timing standards and software. Speech: - Generation analysis and Transmission. 19 hrs. 4. IMAGE & GRAPHICS: - Basic concepts, image representation & format and graphic format, VIDEO & ANIMATION: - Basic concepts, Video signal representation, Computer video format, Television – Conventional systems, high definition systems and transmission, Computer based Animation: - Basic concepts, Languates, Methods of controlling and display of animation, Transmission of animation. 7 hrs.
  4. 4. University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering 7th semester Electronics & Communication Engineering University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering Department of Electronics and communication Page 4 PART-B 5. Data Compression: Storage space, coding requirements, source, entropy and Hybrid coding, Compression techniques. 5 hrs. 6. JPEG: - Image preparation, different modes: - Lossy sequential DCT, Expanded Lossy DCT, Lossless mode, Hierarchical mode. H.261 (Px64):- Image preparation, Coding Algorithms, Data Streams. 6 hrs. 7. MPEG: - Video and Audio encoding, Data streams MPEG-2, MPEG-4, DVI: Audio and Video encoding, still image encoding, Data stream. 5 hrs. 8. Multimedia communication systems: Collaborative computing session management, Transport sub-system: - Requirements, Transport layer, Network layer, QOS. Resource management:- Basic concepts Establishment and closing of Multimedia call, Resource management in Multimedia transmission. 8 hrs. References:- 1. Multimedia Systems by John F. Koegal Buford, Pearson Education Asia. 2. Multimedia Computing, Communications and Application by Ralf Steinmetz and Klara Nahisted, Pearson Education Asia. 3. Multimedia Communications by K.R.Rao, Zoran S. Bojkovic and Dragord A. Milovanovic, Pearson Education Asia.
  5. 5. University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering 7th semester Electronics & Communication Engineering University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering Department of Electronics and communication Page 5 2K6 EC703: COMPUTER COMMUNICATION NETWORKS 4 Hrs / week Internal Marks: 25 Exam. Marks: 100 PART-A Overview, OSI layers overview --- 2 hrs Internet Protocols --- 3 hrs Application layer: HTTP, FTP, SMTP --- 3 hrs Transport layer: Basics of UDP, TCP, window flow control --- 4 hrs Network layer and Routing: routing algorithms, Inter protocol, lpv6, OSPF, BGP --- 7 hrs Data link layer: Switching, MAC layer: CSMA/CD, ALOHA, Hubs, bridges, ATM, Physical layer --- 6 hrs PART-B Congestion control: Flow control, TCP flow control, scheduling at the routers --- 6 hrs QoS: Real and nonreal time applications, IntServ, DiffServe architecture, RTP, RSVP --- 4 hrs MPLS: Generalized MPLS --- 3 hrs WLAN, MAC protocol --- 6 hrs Network Security, Network Management --- 6 hrs
  6. 6. University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering 7th semester Electronics & Communication Engineering University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering Department of Electronics and communication Page 6 References: 1. J.W.Kirose and K.W.Ross, Computer Networking: A Top Down, approach featuring the Internet, Addison-Wesley, 2001. 2. J.Walrand and P. Varaiya, High Performance Communication Networks, Morgan-Kaufiman. 2nd Edition.
  7. 7. University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering 7th semester Electronics & Communication Engineering University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering Department of Electronics and communication Page 7 2K6 EC706.4: SATELLITE COMMUNICATION AND REMOTE SENSING 4 Hrs / week Internal Marks: 25 Exam. Marks: 100 PART-A Introduction to satellite Communication: Space craft, space craft sub systems, Altitude and orbit control systems, Telemetry, tracking and command, Power Systems, Communication sub systems, description of communication systems, transponders, Space craft antennas, Equipment reliability and space qualification. Multiple access systems: FDMA, FDM/FM/FDMA, TDMA, CDMA spread spectrum transmission and reception. Applicability of CDMA to commercial systems; demand access in the INTELSAT. TDMA system, SPADE, the INMARSAT system. Earth station, Satellite television networks 24 hrs. PART-B Introduction to remote sensing: Acquisition of multi spectral images from space-borne platforms, visual range, IR bands, Types of sensors, Data from ERS and other satellites, Data resolution, band width requirement for various themes, Data formats. Processing of data: Rectification and classification, edge extraction, spatial and wave number domain filtering, estimation of band ratio, principal component analysis. Normalized Difference Vegetation Index, histogram equalization, density slicing, linear feature extraction. Thematic application: application of remote sensing in the field of ground water exploration, identification of surface feature, drainage pattern and catchment delineation, identification of structural patterns and thermal spots from IR bands. Delineation of coastal features, study of ocean waves from ERS data. 24 hrs Reference Books: 1. T. Pratt, Satellite communications. 2nd Edn John Wiley: 2002 2. T. T. Ha., Digital satellite communication, Coller Macmillan, 1986 3. Richards John, Remote Sensing Digital Image Analysis: an Introduction, 4th edition Springer, 2008.
  8. 8. University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering 7th semester Electronics & Communication Engineering University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering Department of Electronics and communication Page 8 2K6 EC705: DIGITAL COMMUNICATION LAB 3 hrs / week 1. Generation of PWM AND PPM 2. Generation of PCM 3. Delta modulator and ADM 4. ASK generation and detection 5. PSK generation and detection 6. FSK generation and detection 7. BPSK generation and detection 8. Frequency synthesis by PLL 9. Generation and decoding of hamming code 10. Experiment on TDM 11. Study of Modems 12. Study on matched filters
  9. 9. University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering 7th semester Electronics & Communication Engineering University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering Department of Electronics and communication Page 9 2K6 EC706: SIMULATION AND HDL LAB 3 hrs / week Class Marks: 25 Exam. Marks: 100 PART-A: Programming 1. Realisation of gates 2. Combinational circuit designs: a) 2 to 4 decoder b) 8 to 3 line encoder c) 4 bit binary to gray code converter d) 8:1 MUX e) 1:8 D’MUX f) Comparator 3. Parity generator 4. Address: HA and FA 5. Flip-flops: SR, D, JK and T Flip-Flops 6. Counters: 4-bit binary counter, 4-bit BCD counter, U/D counter with loadable count. 7. 8-bit shift register 8. Test bench for a full adder 9. 32-bit ALU design using combinational logic to calculate output based on 4-bit opcode. Pass the result to out bus when enable is high and tristate the out bus when enable line is low. PART-B: Interfacing 1. Waveform generation using DAC 2. Displaying messages on 7-segment display and LCD panel from HEX key pad. 3. Input 8-channel analog signal and display data on 7-segment display and LCD PANEL. 4. Speed control of DC motor and stepper motor 5. Simulation of elevator operations (Note: Programming is done using any VHDL / Verilog compiler. Download the programs on a FPGA/CPLD development board to test the design).

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